Two people have been arrested after the discovery of £120,000 worth of drugs in Fife.
Officers carried out a raid in Oakley, Fife on Friday after a tip-off from the public. They found two kilos of drugs which were a mixture of class A PMMA and amphetamine.
PMMA is commonly sold as ecstasy but is a different drug which is more likely to be fatal.
A 48-year-old man and 42-year-old woman have been arrested in connection with the find and are due to appear at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.
Fife Constabulary are warning members of the public not to take the drugs.
Detective Superintendent Colin Beattie: "PMMA is a very toxic stimulant which may cause dangerous overheating in the body. It mimics the effect of ecstasy but it is not as potent.
“In turn users tend to take more of the drug which increases the risk of a fatal overdose. It is further evidence that some users don't know what they are taking."
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